This article continues the story of “One Woman’s Experience Navigating Disability, Doctors, and Disappointment,” focusing on communication barriers in patient-physician interactions and relationships.
Rose Solovitch graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Honors degree in English literature with a minor in philosophy from Queen’s University in 2015. She became a licensed Paralegal from George Brown College in 2016. She is passionate about writing, editing, reporting and journalism with a focus on issues of justice and equality. Rose specializes in areas of gender equality and human rights, disability and Accessibility issues, and legal matters. In her spare time, Rose enjoys reading, writing, singing and dancing, and spending time with the people she loves the most: her friends and family.